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Schedules are subject to change this summer. Be flexible and be sure to check with program organizers for updates. At press time, some camp locations were still unsure if or when camps would be offered. Please inquire with camp locations directly as they develop in-person and virtual programs. Learn more about camps and COVID-19 at cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/schools-childcare/summer-camps.html.

Day Camps

ARTS         

ASPire Plus Summer Camp, 255 Service Bay Road, Mauldin, 864-881-4666, sarah@afterschoolplus.org, afterschoolplus.com. June 7-Aug. 13, Rising grades K4- 8. Choose from more than 50 one-week art and drama camps such as 3D Drawing, Acting, Be a YouTuber, Camp Comedy, Cartooning, Ceramics, Christmas in July, DJ Camp, Engineered Art: Flying Machines, Engineered Art: Ornithopters, Film/Theatre Star, Green Screen Fun, Hands-On Art, Improv and more.            

Ballet Spartanburg, 200 E. Saint John St., Spartanburg 864-574-7349, lgomez@spartanarts.org, balletspartanburg.org.

●     The Tiny Dancer Toddler Dance Camp: Ages 2-3, June 7- 11, July 12-16, Aug. 2-6.         

●     Let's Create and Let's Dance: Ages 3-4, June 7-11, July 12-16, Aug. 2-6. 

●     The Little Mermaid Camp: Ages 4-7, June 21-28. 

●     Pinkalicious: Tutu-rrific Camp: Ages 5-8, June 21-25, July 26-30.

●     Pinkalicious and Aqua, the Mini Mermaid: Ages 4-7, July 6-9. 

Caine Halter Family YMCA Arts Camps, 721 Cleveland St., Greenville, info@ymcagreenville.org, ymcagreenville.org/day-camp-caine-halter-family-y, 864-412-0288. Full details online.

My First Tutu Camp: June 14-18, ages 3-5.

YMCA Art Camp: June 7-11 / June 28- July 2. ages 5-8 / ages 9-13. 

Drawing, Painting, and Sculpture Camp: July 26-30, ages 10-13. 

Cooking Camp: June 14-18 / July 19-23 / Aug. 2-6, ages 5-8 / ages 9-13 / ages 10-13. 

Glee Camp: July 19-23, ages 8-12.

Dance with Disney Camp: June 7-11, ages 5-8.

Let's Dance Camp: July 12-16, ages 6-9.

So You Think You Can Dance Camp: Aug. 9-13, ages 8-12.

Color Clay Café, 2518 E. North St., Greenville. 864-244-3445, colorclaycafe15@gmail.com, colorclaycafe.com. Ages 6-13. Explore our world through different media. Do seven new projects in clay sculpting, mosaics and painting with ceramics and canvas along with string art. Dates and times are online.   

Dance Without Limits, 115 Pelham Road, Suite 24, Greenville, 864-412-7788, office@dancewithoutlimits.co, dancewithoutlimits.co. June and July. 

Preschool Dance Camp, ages 3-6. Experience ballet, tap and jazz and learn choreography to new age-appropriate themes Half-day and full-day options available. Elementary Dance Camp, ages 6-10. Experience ballet, tap, jazz and hip hop and learn themed choreography to new, age-appropriate themes. Half-day and full-day options available. No dance experience is necessary.

Eastside Family YMCA Arts Camps, 1250 Taylors Road, Taylors, 864-412-0288, info@ymcagreenville.org, ymcagreenville.org/day-camp-eastside-family-y. Full details online.

Let's Dance Camp: June 14-18, ages 5-7.

Frozen 2 Dance Camp: June 21-27, ages 3-5.         

Dance Fusion Camp: June 28-July 2, ages 7-11.

George I. Theisen Family YMCA Arts Camps, 100 Inspirational Way, Travelers Rest, info@ymcagreenville.org, ymcagreenville.org/day-camp-george-i-theisen-family-y, 864-412-0288. Full details online.

Dance with Disney Camp: July 12-16, ages 5-9. 

My First Tutu Camp: Aug. 2-6, ages 3-5. 

Dance and Roll Camp: June 21-25, ages 6-10. 

Lawson Academy Fine Arts Day Camp, 580 E. Main St., Spartanburg. 864-596-9022, janae.oshields@converse.edu, converse.edu/academics/lawson-academy-of-the-arts/fine-arts-day-camp. Age 3 years-rising grade 6, June 1-Aug. 13. Daily interactive classes in art, creative writing, dance, music and theatre. Safety protocols include daily health screenings, socially distanced classrooms, and masking in common areas. 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. with extended day option 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. $385 per two-week session, $195 per one-week mini session. Discounts available for multiple sessions, siblings, early registration and more. 

NoteAbility Music, LLC

864-630-6455

noteabilitymusic.com

2103 Old Spartanburg Road

Greer, SC 29650

See website for summer camp and other program details.

Prisma Health Family YMCA Arts Camps, 550 Brookwood Point Place, Simpsonville, 864-412-0288, info@ymcagreenville.org, ymcagreenville.org/day-camp-y-program-center. Full details online.

Disney Princess Dance Camp: July 12-16, ages 5-7 .

Let's Dance Camp: July 19-23, ages 5-7.

Dance Fusion Camp: July 26-30, ages 8-11.

Glee Camp: The Greatest Showman: Aug. 2-6, ages 8-11.

Shock Summer Camp, 406 E. Butler Road, Suite B, Mauldin, 864-420-0216, shockdancebylindley@gmail.com, shockdancebylindley.com. Ages 8 and older, July 7-9. Camp features professional instructors from all over the country and all styles of dance including ballet, tap, jazz, contemporary and hip hop.

South Carolina Children's Theatre Summer Day Camps, 153 Augusta St., Greenville, 864-235-2885, jill@scchildrenstheatre.org, scchildrenstheatre.org. June 7-August, Grades K3-12. SCCT will offer more than 60 theatre camps, from Hogwarts to Hamilton, Pete the Cat to Princess Sofia.  Students can choose from weekly themed camps or participate in an 8-week Exploration or Process class that meets once each week of the session. 

Spartanburg Art Museum Art Camps, 200 E. St. John St., Spartanburg, 864-582-7616, kdigney@spartanarts.org, spartanburgartmuseum.org/artschool. June 7-Aug. 8, ages 4-12. SAM offers one-week, half-day art camps throughout the summer. Camps offer kids the opportunity to work with multiple mediums including drawing, painting, printmaking, ceramics and more.

Spartanburg Day School Camp Griffin, 1701 Skylyn Drive, Spartanburg, 864-680-4114,summer@sdsgriffin.org,  spartanburgdayschool.org/summer.

Many camps are offered throughout the summer (weeks beginning June 1 and ending Aug. 6) for students in grades K3-8, including Broadway Babes (June 14-18, K3-K5), Dance into Summer (June 21-25, grades 1-4), Griffin Graffiti (June 21-25, grades 4-8) and Cartooning and Comics (Aug. 2-6, grades 4-8). Full details are online. 

Spartanburg Youth Theatre – Summer Theatre Camps, 200 E. St. John St., Spartanburg, 864-585-8278, asanders@spartanarts.org, spartanburgyouththeatre.com. June 7-Aug. 6, rising grades K4-12. Theatre camps include introductory theatre camps, musical theatre, full production camps, improv and more. 

Summer Maker Days, 3 S. Main St., Travelers Rest, 864-610-0996, trmakersco@gmail.com, summer.trmakersco.com. Virtual or in studio. Virtual participants will be simulcast and will have supplies sent. Limited seating for in studio participants. A Maker Day consist of a unique handmade project, learning or growing artistic skills, expanding creativity and more. Elementary: Ages 5-10, Middle Grades: Ages 10-14, June 11, 18, 25, July 9, 16, 23, Aug. 6 and 13.     

GENERAL INTEREST

ASPire Plus Summer Camp, 255 Service Bay Road, Mauldin, 864-881-4666, sarah@afterschoolplus.org, afterschoolplus.com. June 7-Aug. 13, rising grades K4-8. Choose from over 150 camps, exploring topics in sports, arts, academics, field trips, outdoor adventures, drama, music, just-for-fun, science and technology. Camp sessions are one week each, Monday-Friday, and fees start at $150. 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.

Caine Halter Family YMCA, 721 Cleveland St., Greenville, info@ymcagreenville.org, ymcagreenville.org/day-camp-caine-halter-family-y, 864-412-0288. Financial assistance is available. Full details online. 

Traditional Summer Day Camp: June 7-Aug. 13, ages 4-11.

Teen Camp: June 7-Aug. 13, ages 11-13.

Extended Day Camp: June 7- Aug. 13, ages 4-13.

Camp Mary Elizabeth, 330 Scout Drive, Spartanburg, 800-849-4475, customercare@gssc-mm.org, gssc-mm.org/en/camp/summer-program.html. Girls, ages 7-14, June 1-Aug. 6, 7:30 a.m.-6 p.m., Monday-Friday. Day camp includes traditional camp activities like hiking, swimming, games, archery, campfires and skill building, and themed activities for each grade group. Girls can spend Thursday night cooking an outdoor meal, taking part in a campfire and a slumber party.         

Camp Venture, 201 East Reed Road, Anderson, 864-176-6261, janp@andersonareaymca.org, andersonareaymca.org. June 21-Aug. 13, ages 5-12. 7:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Friday. Camp includes a wide variety of indoor/outdoor activities, Friendship Circle time, daily devotions, swimming, arts and crafts, field games, summer reader program, and more. Breakfast and lunch included. Registration begins May 3 at the YMCA front desk. 

Cathy Novinger Girl Scout Leadership Center, 1107 Williams St., Columbia, 800-849-4475, customercare@gssc-mm.org, gssc-mm.org/en/camp/summer-program.html. Girls, ages 7-14. June 22-Aug.13. The leadership center enables camp attendees to participate in unique activities centered around the Girl Scout pillars: Outdoors, STEM, Life Skills and Entrepreneurship. 

Easley YMCA Summer Day Camp, 201 Burns Road, Easley, 864-855-9622. bestsummerever@pcymca.net, pcymca.net/summercamp. Begins June 14, ages 4-13. 7 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Friday. Weekly sessions so you can choose which week to attend. Weeks feature different themes with new activities and experiences, such as playing a new sport, learning about science and nature or exploring creativity. 

Eastside Family YMCA, 1250 Taylors Road, Taylors, info@ymcagreenville.org, 864-412-0288, ymcagreenville.org/day-camp-eastside-family-y. Financial assistance is available. Full details online.

Traditional Day Camp: June 7-Aug. 13, ages 4-10.

Teen Camp: June 7-Aug. 13, ages 11-13.

Extended Day Camp: June 7-Aug. 13, ages 4-13.

Eden Farms Horse Camp, 4700 Dacusville Highway, Marietta, 864-898-0043, edenfarmssc@aol.com, edenfarms.net. June 7-Aug. 6, ages 6-14. Each day includes a riding lesson in the covered arena or a trail ride, as well as educational hands-on horse activities in the barn, arts and crafts, Bible devotion, snack, and more.  Camp is 9 a.m.-noon, late stay option available.         

George I. Theisen Family YMCA, 100 Inspirational Way, Travelers Rest, info@ymcagreenville.org, ymcagreenville.org/day-camp-george-i-theisen-family-y, 864-412-0288. Financial assistance is available. Full details online. 

Traditional Day Camp: June 7-Aug. 13, ages 4-10.

Teen Camp: June 7-Aug. 13, ages 11-14.

Extended Day Camp: June 21-25, June 28-July 2, July 12-16, July 19-23, ages 5-10.

Greenville County Rec Summer Vacation Camps, June 7-Aug. 6 (no camp July 5), ages 6-11. 7:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Friday. Campers work on life skills learned during the academic year, as well as sports, games, arts and crafts, special events and more. Field trips to local waterparks (subject to COVID protocols). Lunch and afternoon snack are provided daily. $320 (county residents) per 9 weeks plus $50 registration fee, $400 (non-resident) per 9 weeks plus $63 registration fee. $150 due at registration ($163 non-resident), which includes the $50 ($63) registration fee. Balance for the summer is due by May 28.

●     Brutontown Summer Vacation Camp, 200 Leo Lewis St., Greenville, 864-233-4669, lcurry@greenvillecounty.org, greenvillerec.com. 

●     Freetown Community Center, 200 Alice Ave., Greenville, 864-295-3567, lcurry@greenvillecounty.org, greenvillerec.com.

●     Mt. Pleasant Community Center, 710 S. Fairfield Road, Greenville, 864-299-3220, lcurry@greenvillecounty.org, greenvillerec.com.

●     Phillis Wheatley Community Center, 335 Greenacre Road, Greenville, 864-467-5940, lcurry@greenvillecounty.org, greenvillecounty.org.

●     Slater Hall Community Center, 5 Whitney St., Slater, 864-610-2254, lcurry@greenvillecounty.org, greenvillerec.com.

●     Staunton Bridge Community Center, 165 Staunton Bridge Road, Greenville, 864-509-1401, lcurry@greenvillecounty.org, greenvillerec.com. 

●     Sterling Community Center, 113 Minus St., Greenville, 864-235-4026, lcurry@greenvillecounty.org, greenvillerec.com. 

Horse Play at Hope Remains Ranch, 1771 John Dodd Road, Wellford, 864-249-3532, info@hoperemains.org, hoperemains.org/special-events. Select Dates in June and July, ages 5-12. This unique experience provides horse activities, including horseback riding, wagon rides and games with miniature horses.

KidsZone Drop-In Daycare, 21 Orchard Park Drive, Greenville, 864-263-3895, info@kidszoneupstate.com, kidszoneupstate.com. June 1-Aug. 31, ages 1-12. Choose from several hours, half a day, or a full day. Field trips and special guests are planned throughout the summer.

Kidz Camp 2021, 4369 Wade Hampton Blvd., Taylors, 864-268-2299, matthew.haines@springwell.org, kidzcamp.org. Ages 5 years-completed grade 5, 6-8:30 p.m. Sunday-Thursday, July 25-29. Camp includes large group time with music, games, lighting effects and more, followed by smaller groups for crafts, games and snacks. Register online.

Mauldin Summer Camp, 10 City Center Drive, Mauldin, 864-335-4852, gbeaman@mauldinrecreation.com, mauldinrecreation.com. May 31-Aug. 6, ages 5-12. Camp is structured to help kids learn respect, discipline, good behavior and more, and challenge children to try new experiences and have fun at the same time. 

Park Place Children’s Center Summer Camp, 205 Batesville Road, Simpsonville, 864-270-5910, cindy@parkplacechild.com, parkplacechild.com. Completed kindergarten through grade 5, June 4-Aug. 12, 7 a.m.-6 p.m., Monday-Friday. Weekly day camps feature themed activities, arts and crafts, sports, games and field trips. Breakfast, lunch and snack are provided.

Pickens YMCA Summer Day Camp, 2223 Gentry Memorial Highway, Pickens, 864-878-8380. bestsummerever@pcymca.net, pcymca.net/summercamp. Begins June 14, ages 4-13. 7 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Friday. Weekly sessions so you can choose which week to attend. Weeks feature different themes with new activities and experiences, such as playing a new sport, learning about science and nature or exploring creativity. 

Powdersville YMCA Summer Day Camp, 9115 Highway 81 North, Piedmont, 864-625-2060. bestsummerever@pcymca.net, pcymca.net/summercamp. Begins June 14, ages 4-13. 7 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Friday. Weekly sessions so you can choose which week to attend. Weeks feature different themes with new activities and experiences, such as playing a new sport, learning about science and nature or exploring creativity. 

Sparty's Kids Camp

280 North Campus Blvd., Spartanburg, SC 29303

864-503-5397

names2@uscupstate.edu

https://www.uscupstate.edu/campus-life/spartan-rec-center/spartys-kids-camp/

June 7 – Aug. 6, ages 5-10

Camp includes games, sporting events, activities, educational opportunities, swimming, arts and crafts, and much more. Parent meetings are virtual from 6:30-7:30 p.m. May 25 and May 28. Learn more about camp, meet the counselors, make sure details are correct, see the camp facilities, and pay deposits. Deposits for camp are due on May 28 by 11:59 pm. It is important to note that deposits are non-transferable. For example, if you pay a deposit for the week of June 7, that deposit cannot be used towards your balance for any other week of camp other than June 7.

Spartanburg Day School Camp Griffin, 1701 Skylyn Drive, Spartanburg, 864-680-4114,summer@sdsgriffin.org, spartanburgdayschool.org/summer.

Many camps are offered throughout the summer (weeks beginning June 1 and ending Aug. 6) for students in grades K3-8, including Paw Patrol Pals (June 1-4, K3-K5), The Amazing Race: Adventures Around the Globe (July 19-23, grades 1-4) and Girl Power (July 12-16, grades 4-8). Full details are online. 

Summer Remix Adventure Camp at The Sunshine House, 15 schools across the Upstate, 800-551-1561, hello@sshouse.com, sunshinehouse.com/summer. Ages 5-12. Activities include Lights, Camera, Action, Life in Space, Podcasts, Inventor’s Showcase, Comic Book Heroes and more. Camp also includes the Think Stretch Summer Learning Program to maintain reading, writing, math and STEM concepts for the next grade. Full and half-day camp for ages 5-12. Junior summer camp available for 4-year-olds.

The Children's Museum of the Upstate–Greenville, 300 College St., Greenville, 864-233-7755, info@tcmupstate.org, tcmupstate.org. Week of June 7-week of Aug. 2, ages 3-11. Each week includes multiple theme-related STEAM activities per day, hands-on museum play, community guests and trained program guides. 

Half-day (9 a.m.-noon or 1-4 p.m.) or full-day (9 a.m.-4 p.m.) offered. Half-day camps are $175 and $150 for TCMU members. Full-day camps are $350 and $300 for TCMU members.

The Children's Museum of the Upstate–Spartanburg, 130 Magnolia St., Spartanburg, 864-553-7952, info@tcmupstate.org, tcmupstate.org, Week of June 7-week of July 26, ages 3-5. Each week includes multiple theme-related STEAM activities per day, hands-on museum play, community guests and trained program guides. Half-day (9 a.m.-noon) offered. $175 and $150 for TCMU members.

YMCA Program Center, 100 Adams Mill Road, Simpsonville, 864-412-0288, info@ymcagreenville.org    , ymcagreenville.org/day-camp-y-program-center. Financial assistance is available. Full details online.

Traditional Day Camp: June 7-Aug. 13, ages 5-10.

Teen Camp: June 7-Aug. 13, ages 11-14.

Extended Day Camp: June 7-Aug. 13, ages 5-14.

EDUCATION, SCIENCE AND NATURE

ASPire Plus Summer Camp, 255 Service Bay Road, Mauldin, 864-881-4666, sarah@afterschoolplus.org, afterschoolplus.org. June 7-Aug. 13, rising grades K4- 8. Choose from a variety of academic, science, technology and nature camps such as Bike & Hike, Bugs, Camping Basics, Drones & Rockets, Fishing, Green Screen Fun, Harry Potter Potions, Hiking, Kitchen Chemistry, Outdoor Adventures, Slime, Stop Motion Animation, Book Look, Creative Writing and more. 

Caine Halter Family YMCA, 721 Cleveland St., Greenville, 864-412-0288, info@ymcagreenville.org, ymcagreenville.org/day-camp-caine-halter-family-y. Financial assistance is available. Full details online.

Nature Camp: June 14-18, ages 5-8.

Great Outdoors Camp: June 21-25, ages 8-13.

YMCA Lego Camp: June 21-25 / July 26-30, ages 9-13 / ages 5-7.

STEM Camp: July 12-16 / Aug. 2-6, ages 9-13 / ages 5-8.

Harry Potter Camp : June 7-11 / July 12-16, ages 9-13 / ages 5-8.

Coding Camp: June 19-23, ages 5-13.

Math Camp, 1756 Woodruff Road, Greenville, 864-626-3030, greenvillefiveforks@mathnasium.com , mathnasium.com. June 7-July 30, grades K5-8 and algebra and geometry students. Mathnasium summer camps and programs are designed to help students be ready for next year's math by filling in missing components from prior years (for any reason) and moving math skills forward. Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-noon. Monday-Thursday, 4-7 p.m. 

Project WISE, 211 Fernow St., Suite 158, Clemson, 864-656-1089, elamar@clemson.edu, clemson.edu/cecas/departments/peer-wise/outreach/project_wise.html. June 13-18  , ages 12-14.Project WISE is an online STEM-based, engineering-focused summer camp at Clemson University for students entering grades 7 or 8 this fall.

Reaching Our Youth-Upstate, Inc., 710 B Lowndes Hill Road, Greenville, 864-609-4211, reachingouryouthupstate@outlook.com, reachingouryouthupstate.com. June 7-Aug. 13 (10-week program), ages 5-18. The program includes weekly field trips, daily academic lessons, guest speakers, morning Zumba routines, fitness days and three healthy meals a day. 7:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Friday. 

Roper Mountain Summer Exploration Camps, 402 Roper Mountain Road, Greenville, 864-355-8901, kycox@greenville.k12.sc.us, ropermountain.org. Weekly June 7-Aug. 13, ages 4-14. Camps offer a wide range of topics for students who have completed grades K4-9, including LEGO robotics, art, carpentry, space, natural science and pop culture.         Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-noon or 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 

Spartanburg Day School Camp Griffin, 1701 Skylyn Drive, Spartanburg, 864-680-4114,summer@sdsgriffin.org,  spartanburgdayschool.org/summer.

Many camps are offered throughout the summer (weeks beginning June 1 and ending Aug. 6) for students in grades K3-8, including Griffins Explore the Galaxy (June 28-July 2, K3-K5), Incredible Inventors (June 1-4, grades 1-4), Lego Mindstorms (June 1-4, grades 4-8) and Level Up Village: Doctors DNA (Aug. 2-6, grades 4-8). Full details are online. 

Trail Blazer Summer Camps, 205 Batesville Road, Suite 2, Simpsonville, 864-263-8350, sky@trailblazersurvival.com, trailblazersurvival.com. May 31-Aug. 13, ages 10 – 14. In week-long camps, campers learn to hike, fish, camp, cook and survive the outdoors with the help of certified wilderness instructors. Extended care is 3-6 p.m. for an additional fee. May 31-June 4 or June 14-18: Water’s Edge; June 7-11: Trailbound; June 21-25 or Aug. 9-13: Aqua Day Camp; June 28-July 2: Primitive Survival; July 12-16: Recon; July 19-23: Adventure Day Camp; July 26-30: Minecraft; Aug. 2-6: Campcraft.

Upcountry History Museum, 540 Buncombe St., Greenville. 864-467-3100, upcountryhistory.org. Weekly themed camps for ages 6-12 weekly cover various areas of history, art, community, technology, and even venture behind-the-scenes of the museum world.

Zoo Camp, 150 Cleveland Park Drive, Greenville, 864-467-4850, jgarcia@greenvillesc.gov, greenvillezoo.com. June 7-Aug. 20, ages 4-14. Sessions are either full-day options from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. or half-day options from 9 a.m.-noon. Programs are small groups that allow for up close animal encounters, crafts, experiments and games. Each day campers visit a different part of the zoo, meet an animal in their classroom and have activities that connect to that week's theme. Three sessions are offered for each age group. Campers can sign up for one or more weeks. 

SPORTS

ASPire Plus Summer Camp, 255 Service Bay Road, Mauldin, 864-881-4666, sarah@afterschoolplus.org, afterschoolplus.com. June 7-Aug. 13, rising grades K4-8. Choose from over 30 camps such as archery, baseball, basketball, Capoeira, cheerleading, dance, dodgeball, extreme sports, flag football, hiking, martial arts and more. Fees start at $150. Monday-Friday, 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.

Caine Halter Family YMCA, 721 Cleveland St., Greenville, info@ymcagreenville.org, ymcagreenville.org/day-camp-caine-halter-family-y, 864-412-0288. Financial assistance is available. Full details online.

Basketball Camp: June 14-18, Aug. 2-6, ages 9-13.

Basketball Camp: June 7-11, July 26-30, ages 5-7.

Tennis Camp: June 21-25, June 28-July 2, July 12-16, July 19-23, ages 6-14.

Soccer Camp: June 21-25, July 19-23, ages 5-13.

Flag Football Camp: June 28-July 2, ages 8-14.

Volleyball Camp: July 12-16, ages 8-14.

Track and Field Camp: June 14-18, ages 8-14.       

Swim Academy Camp: June 14-18, June 21-25, June 28-July 2, July 12-16, July 19-23, July 26-30, Aug. 2-6, Aug. 9-13, ages 5-12.

Jr. Lifeguarding Camp: July 19-23, ages 11-15.

Eastside Family YMCA, 1250 Taylors Road, Taylors, 864-412-0288, info@ymcagreenville.org, ymcagreenville.org/day-camp-eastside-family-y. Financial assistance is available. Full details online.

Football Camp: June 7-11, July 5-9, July 26-30, ages 7-13.        

Volleyball Camp: June 7-11, July 5-9, July 26-30, ages 7-13.

Basketball Camp: June 14-18, July 12-16, Aug. 2-6, ages 7-13.

Soccer Camp: June 21-25, July 19-23, Aug. 9-13, ages 7-13.

All Sports Camp: June 28-July 2, ages 7-13.

Swim Camp: June 14-18, June 21-25, June 28-July 2, July 5-July 9, July 12-July 16, July 19-July 23, July 26-July 30, Aug. 2-6, ages 6-11.

George I. Theisen Family YMCA, 100 Inspirational Way, Travelers Rest, 864-412-0288, info@ymcagreenville.org, ymcagreenville.org/day-camp-george-i-theisen-family-y. Financial assistance is available. Full details online.

Soccer Camp: June 19-23, ages 5-10.

Basketball Camp: June 28-July 2, ages 5-10.

Haas Family Golf Summer Camp, 8000 Pelham Road, Greenville, 864-288-0001, prosonthegosc@gmail.com, haasfamilygolf.com. Choose from 5 weeks of camps early June-mid-August, ages 6-16. Junior golfers start with proper grip, stance and swing and then advance to chipping and putting. All camps include time on the range and time on the golf course. Clubs can be provided. Monday-Thursday, 9 a.m.-noon. 

iCan Bike, run by iCan Shine hosted by the Eastside Family YMCA at Taylors First Baptist Church, Taylors. ymcagreenville.org,  This week-long camp teaches individuals with disabilities how to ride a conventional two-wheel bicycle. 

March 1: registration opens. July 11: registration closes. July 26-30: program dates.

The Little Flames Basketball Camp

https://www.greermiddlecollege.org/little-flames-basketball-camp/

864-252-6129

kelliott@greermiddlecollege.org or jwalker@greermiddlecollege.org

138 W. McElhaney Rd, Taylors SC 29687

GMC is hosting a summer basketball camp for rising grades 1-3 (9-11:30 a.m.) and rising grades 4-6 (12:30-3 p.m.). Camp will be led by Coach Janza Moore and Coach Jamar Armstrong, with assistance by current varsity players and guest coaches. Early Registration before 5/21: $80. Late Registration after 5/21: $100. Discounts available for multiple children. Cost includes 2 snack tickets per day (more available for purchase) as well as a camp T-shirt. Email kelliott@greermiddlecollege.org for more information or to register. 

Roller Time Skating Academy Skate Camp, Upstate, 864-561-2172, rollertime33@gmail.com, rollertime.net. Grades 4K – 5. Week-long camp teaches students how to balance, skate forward and backwards, fall and recover, toe stop and more. Campers can also strengthen their self-esteem and improve gross motor skills. 

Scott Halkett Soccer Academy at USC Upstate, 305 North Campus Blvd., Spartanburg, 864-561-0080. shalkett@uscupstate.edu, scotthalkettsocceracademy.com. Summer, ages 6-18. Train in a facility that features five practice fields. For campers regardless of skill level, with learning and improving emphasized each day.​​

Spartanburg Day School Camp Griffin, 1701 Skylyn Drive, Spartanburg, 864-680-4114, summer@sdsgriffin.org, spartanburgdayschool.org/summer.

Many camps are offered throughout the summer (weeks beginning June 1 and ending Aug. 6) for students in grades K3-8, including Tumbling Techniques (June 21-25, K3-K5), All Sports Camp (June 7-11, grades 1-8) and Trekking the Trails (June 21-25, grades 4-8). Full details are online.

Tiger Golf Academy, tigergolfacademy.com, Clemson University, 310 Lucas Glover Drive, Clemson, 864-637-8013, TigerGolfAcademy@gmail.com. Ages 10-17, June 12-16, June 19-23. Overnight and day camps available. Skill levels range from beginner to advanced tournament players.

Upstate Karate Ninja Summer Camp, 122 Blakely Road, Simpsonville, 864-967-3930, gloriathompson@upstatekarate.com, upstatekarate.com. Weekly camps. Call or email for availability. Ages 5-11. Campers learn about martial arts including Kempo Karate, Jiu jitsu, Kickboxing and wrestling while building confidence and respect for others. This is a very active camp, with field trips and an extensive NO BULLY program. Monday-Friday, 7:30 a.m.-6:15 p.m.

YMCA Program Center, 100 Adams Mill Road, Simpsonville, 864-412-0288, info@ymcagreenville.org    , ymcagreenville.org/day-camp-y-program-center. Financial assistance is available. Full details online.

Football Camp: June 7-11, July 26-30, ages 6-14.

Volleyball Camp: June 7-11, July 26-30, ages 6-14 .

Basketball Camp: June 14-18, July 12-16, Aug. 2-6, ages 6-14.

Soccer Camp: June 21-25, July 19-23, Aug. 9-13, ages 6-14.

All Sports Camp: June 28-July 2, ages 6-14.

Swim Camp: June 14-18, June 21-25, June 28-July 2, July 5-9, July 12-16, July 19-23, July 26-30, Aug. 2-6, ages 5-13.

Swim Academy Camp: June 14-18, June 21-25, June 28-July 2, July 5-9, July 12-16, July 19-23, July 26-30, Aug. 2-6, ages 7-15.

Jr. Lifeguard Camp: July 19-23, ages 11-15.

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